Woodlawn Neighborhood Association

Woodlawn Neighborhood Association Woodlawn Neighborhood Association connecting with the Woodlawn Neighborhood, other neighborhoods and the City of Birmingham. Meeting : Second Monday of the month @6PM President : Valencia King Vice President : Jason Avery Secretary : Johnny Williams

Operating as usual

If you see him, please call.

If you see him, please call.

Gregory Williams has been located; he is safe. Thank you everyone!

Critical Missing Person Investigation

Gregory C. Williams Jr.
B/M, 26 Years Old
HGT: 6โ€™0โ€, WGT: 280lbs

4500 Block of 74th PL N.
Birmingham, AL 35206

Blue sweat pants
Red shirt
House shoes/slippers


The missing person left home on 04/03/2022 and was observed by a neighbor headed Eastbound along 5th Avenue North in the direction of East Lake Park. The missing person has an Autism Society Bracelet, which transmitted his last location around the 7700 block of 4th Ave. N (delayed information). The missing person has autism and is non-verbal.

If there is anyone who has information pertaining to the whereabouts of Gregory Williams Jr. please contact the Birmingham Police Departmentโ€™s Special Victims Section at 205-297-8413 or dial 911. If you have additional information on this investigation, contact Crime Stoppers @ 205-254-7777.

Please be safe.

Please be safe.


From our officers in the field to our community members, BPD will like to say thank you to all women who make a difference in our community!

#protect #serve #respect

Woodlawn Street Market begins new season April 9
Metro Roundup: Woodlawn Street Market begins new season April 9 - NewsBreak

Woodlawn Street Market begins new season April 9

Since 2014, more than 500 Birmingham entrepreneurs have used the popular Woodlawn Street Market as a way to start small, share their products with the public and refine their business models using real customer feedback. A partnership between REV Birmingham, the Woodlawn Business Association and Woo...

How Birminghamโ€™s I3 Academy is helping the community - This Is Alabama
How Birminghamโ€™s I3 Academy is helping the community - This Is Alabama

How Birminghamโ€™s I3 Academy is helping the community - This Is Alabama

Birminghamโ€™s I3 Academy is taking a holistic approach to elementary education, preparing students in an often underprivileged community to excel on the global stage. โ€œOur mission is to create agents of change who solve the problems that they see in their world,โ€ says Dr. Martin Nalls, the I3 A...


๐Ÿ‘‰๐—ฃ๐—Ÿ๐—˜๐—”๐—ฆ๐—˜ ๐—ฆ๐—›๐—”๐—ฅ๐—˜๐Ÿ‘ˆ

Hop on over to Avondale Samaritan Place (3829 5th Ave. S.) on Sunday, April 10 for some wonderful, ๐—™๐—ฅ๐—˜๐—˜ family fun โ€“ our ๐—™๐—ถ๐—ฟ๐˜€๐˜ ๐—”๐—ป๐—ป๐˜‚๐—ฎ๐—น ๐Ÿ…”๐Ÿ…–๐Ÿ…–-๐Ÿ…’๐Ÿ…”๐Ÿ…ฃ๐Ÿ…”๐Ÿ…ก๐Ÿ… ๐—–๐—ฒ๐—น๐—ฒ๐—ฏ๐—ฟ๐—ฎ๐˜๐—ถ๐—ผ๐—ป! Expectโ€ฆ

๐Ÿฐ Egg hunts organized by age group
๐Ÿฐ Pictures with the Easter Bunny
๐Ÿฐ Lots of crafts and activities
๐Ÿฐ Munchies in the spirit of the season

The party runs from 12:30 PM โ€˜til 2:30 PM, so donโ€™t miss out. ๐—”๐—Ÿ๐—Ÿ ๐—”๐—ฅ๐—˜ ๐—ช๐—˜๐—Ÿ๐—–๐—ข๐— ๐—˜ โ€“ bring your family, your friends, your neighbors, your neighborsโ€™ friends, your neighborsโ€™ family, your neighborsโ€™ neighborsโ€ฆ well, we think you get the idea. See you there!


For Women's History Month, we would like to recognize the women in our department that make a difference!

Meet our female Captains: Blackwell, Quigley-Vining, Pruitt, and Finney. With many years of experience and accomplishments, our Captains have made an impact in our department and on our city.

#womenempowerment #womenhistorymonth #bpd #protect #respect #serve

Photos from Randall Woodfin's post

Photos from Randall Woodfin's post

April 11, 2022 WNA Meeting is canceled.The next  meeting will be on May 9, 2022 at 6PM.

April 11, 2022 WNA Meeting is canceled.

The next meeting will be on May 9, 2022 at 6PM.

ACE is designed to get residents directly involved and engaged with City of Birmingham government through a series of se...

ACE is designed to get residents directly involved and engaged with City of Birmingham government through a series of sessions that aim to improve you overall understanding of municipal government and leadership. This project is a city-wide leadership initiative that is open to any Birmingham resident. If you have not participated in ACE in the past, I urge you to sign up to gain a deeper understanding of how the City is working for you and how to access a variety of opportunities. The program includes a tour of City Hall; opportunities to interact with City of Birmingham staff and elected officials; and more. Some of the topics will cover public safety, neighborhood revitalization, and understanding Birminghamโ€™s infrastructure.

The first session is Thursday, April 7th . Share this opportunity with your friends & family, visit to register! #LETSACETHIS



Photos from Birmingham City Council's post

Photos from Birmingham City Council's post

Photos from Woodlawn United's post

Photos from Woodlawn United's post



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Meeting : Second Monday of the month President : Valencia King 205 306 9965 Vice President :Jennifer Oestrike Secretary : Johnny Williams 205 202 6221 Assistant Secretary : Teretia Jones

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Good Afternoon, I am the one of the new librarians at the Eastlake / Woodlawn public library and I wanted to tell you about an upcoming program for National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month. Debra Haralson, from the non-profit Well-house is our speaker. Mrs. Haralson will be giving partipants a overview of human trafficking. The program is via Zoom and the age range is 16 and up. If you know anyone interested or you would like to attend, please register via the pinned post on our page or I could email you the zoom information Friday. If you have any questions, please call 205-836-3341. Thanks
Hey friends - it's Pastor Emily from Woodlawn Methodist. In case you are looking for reading material/some Jesus inspiration in these days of staying at home, I've put some devotional books out on our porch. There are a few Lenten books that members of our church wrote, and several others. You are free to take what looks good to you. Also, don't forget about our Little Free Pantry in the parking lot by the alley - if you have extra to share, put some in; if you are in need, take some out. 139 54th Street North
Hey Woodlawn Family! It's the last Woodlawn Street Market of 2019 and we would love for you to come visit with us! What a great time to come hang out enjoying dance, music & food. Also a chance to visit with vendors in search of gifts for your family & friends AND shop local in your historic Woodlawn Business District.
Last Woodlawn Street Market for 2019! Come hang out with us while enjoying the music, dance and food of the market. Take time to visit with our vendors to buy gifts for your family & friends and support your local Woodlawn business community! #wsm #wsm2019 #woodlawnstreetmarket #woodlawnstreetmarket2019 #INBirmingham #shoplocal #supportlocal #eatlocal
Sad to report there was a grey pitbull that had been hit and killed by a car on 1st Avenue North just before 68th Street right before Woodlawn High School and the interstate. The dog was wearing a blue leash. Not sure if it broke off it's chain or broke away from it's owner. She called Streets and Sanitation to pick it up but not sure they have yet. The Humane Society doesn't pick up deceased animals. So sorry for the owners. Beautiful dog.
Neighbors: The photo below is of a dog who was riding in the cab of an 18 wheeler on I-20 West where I-20 joins 59 on the ramp of what is called, dead man's curve in front of Forest Hill Cemetery, when the truck was involved in a serious accident. The dog's name is Bailey and the owners have been in the hospital since the accident. The owners are from Arizona so, completely unfamiliar with this area. After the accident, the dog was seen going into the woods close to where the accident happened and in front of Forest Hill Cemetery. This dog has been out on it's own for a week. Most likely hiding in one of the abandoned houses and scrounging for food, most likely at night. We don't know if the poor dog was injured or just frightened. We believe because the dog spent so much time with it's owners, that it most likely has not moved far from the area, as dogs stay close to the last place they saw their people when something happens and the dog most likely visits the area of the accident at least once a day waiting for his/her people. PLEASE KEEP AN EYE OUT FOR THIS DOG AND IF YOU SEE THE DOG, CALL OR TEXT THEIR NIECE, KATIE POWELL AT: 205-356-4349. I am also sharing the LOST poster as well as a story that was done about the dog by a local TV station in comments section below. PLEASE HELP THIS COUPLE FIND THEIR BELOVED DOG. I am also going to share this on the Woodlawn Community pages. Thank you in advance for helping this couple find their dog.
Woodlawn United Methodist Church as a new Little Free Pantry in our parking lot closest to the alley. It's a gray shed under the big tree. It's a sharing pantry. If you have non-perishable food (produce, dairy, meats) to give, then place them in the pantry. If you need some food, then check the pantry for items. You don't have to come to the church door to ask - just give and take.
Congrats Club Duq Johnston. We are happy to have you in Woodlawn.
The YWCA Woodlawn Family Resource Center is having a family cooking class tonight if anyone is interested. It is free and focused on healthy living. Let me know if you would like to be added to the list!
Here is our Board Member speaking on the First Day of School.